Join us on March 7, register today!
The Harpeth Hall School is pleased and honored to welcome Dr. Lisa Damour back to campus on March 7, 2019, to discuss her newest book, Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls.
Please join us for a riveting evening of fresh insights, advice, and conversation. Lisa Damour, Ph.D. is the author of the award-winning, instant best seller Untangled, the soon to be released Under Pressure (available on Feb 12), and the Adolescence column for The New York Times.
In her new book, Under Pressure, Dr. Damour returns with an urgently needed guide to the alarming increase in anxiety and stress experienced by girls from elementary school through college. Damour details the many facets of girls' lives where tension takes hold and offers critical coping strategies that will help parents reduce their daughters' anxiety and address the toxic pressures to which our culture subjects girls and young women.
All are welcomed to attend. Please spread the word, share the post, bring a friend, your partner, your spouse - Dr. Damour draws on decades of experience and the latest research to address how to connect with your daughters and how to create a framework for understanding while addressing parents most common questions.
This event is free and open to adults. Please register to attend.
Tickets are required for this event and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Secure your seats today - We look forward to seeing you there!
MARCH 7, 2019 | 6:30 p.m.
The Harpeth Hall School | Frances Bond Davis Theatre | 3801 Hobbs Road, Nashville, TN 37215
A limited number of books will be available for purchase at this event, courtesy of Parnassus Books
About Lisa Damour
Lisa Damour is a psychologist and the author of the award-winning New York Times best seller Untangled: Guiding Teenage Girls Through the Seven Transitions Into Adulthood (Ballantine, 2016) and the forthcoming Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls. Lisa writes the monthly Adolescence column for The New York Times and is a regular contributor to CBS News. She also directs the Laurel School's Center for Research on Girls. Lisa graduated with honors from Yale University, worked for the Yale Child Study Center, then received her doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Michigan.